Analyze a deeper meaning you found in the novel. Critically examine themes, symbols, ironies, and social impact; however, do not simply summarize the story.
Write an analytical paper on the novel you have been reading during the course. Incorporate peer feedback and comments from your presentation submitted in Week 6.
Analyze a deeper meaning you found in the novel. Critically examine themes, symbols, ironies, and social impact; however, do not simply summarize the story. Instead, use short quotes and paraphrase ideas from the story to support your thesis and illustrate your ideas.
The thesis should be in the first paragraph, and your support will come from the novel itself, as well as other, peer-reviewed resources you use to illustrate and support your point. You must cite all sources you use from the Internet, both in your paper and on a Reference page.
When writing about stories or novels, do not spend more than one short paragraph on the plot. DO NOT RETELL THE STORY OF THE STORY OR NOVEL IN YOUR PAPER.
APA format suggests no more than 5% of your paper should be direct quotes. Instead, use your own voice and words to reflect the author’s meaning, while giving credit to others’ research. Review the Purdue OWL Avoiding Plagiarism web page for tips on how to incorporate resources into your writing.
Your paper must include the following:
Body of paper
Annotated bibliography (include all sources)
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